Wo he wo de zuguo

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Movie (2019)
Chinese title : 我和我的祖国
English title : My People, My Country

Chapter Six
劉昊然 / Liu Haoran (Wardell, the younger wanderer)
陳飛宇 / Chen Feiyu (Hazab, a young wanderer)
田壯壯 / Tian Zhuangzhuang (Uncle Li, Director of Retired Poverty Alleviation Office)
Chapter Seven
宋佳 / Song Jia (Lu Xiaoran, Air Force Pilot)
佟麗婭 / Tong Lia (Yidan, female air force pilot, Lu Xiaoran's teammate)

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Chapter Six : 白昼流星 (The Guiding Star)

Mil Mi-8

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神舟十一号 / Shenzhou 11

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Chapter Seven : 护航 (One for All)

神舟五号 / Shenzhou 5

15 Oct 2003 (GMT) : 杨利伟 (Yang Liwei) is back Earth after the first Chinese crewed spaceflight.

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Chengdu J-10A

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Chengdu J-10S

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Takeoff with J-10A and J-10S together.

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Xian MA60

The engine seems more likely a Pratt & Whitney Canada rather the Dongan WJ-5 of a Xian Y-7. Both are Chinese design based on the Soviet-designed Antonov An-24 series.

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Shaanxi KJ-2000

Leading eight Chengdu J-10A during the flypast for 70th anniversary of V-Day ending the Second Sino-Japanese War (3 September 2015).

Alongside Beijing central business district (with the CCTV Headquarters on the far right), right over the Imperial City.
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Shenyang J-11

Flypast to mark the 90th birthday of the People's Liberation Army (1st of August 1927) is held in the Zhurihe military training base in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on July 30, 2017.

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Xian H-6M

Seen the during the flypast on 30 July 2017, three Xian H-6Ms coded 55031 and 55032 and 55033 red. Note the Chinese KD-63 (official designation K/AKD63) Air-Launched Land Attack Cruise Missile (LACM) on outside pylons.

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Xi'an Y-20 & Shaanxi Y-9

Two Shaanxi Y-9s seen chasing a Xi'an Y-20 the during the flypast on 30 July 2017.

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Long March 7

Bad ratio image doesn't help to clearly identify the Long March model seen on this launch footage.

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Chengdu J-10S

PLAAF (People's Liberation Army Air Force) Chengdu J-10S of the August 1st aerobatics team.
(left) In front of the jet is Yu Xu (Chinese: 余旭) one of the first five Chinese female jet fighter pilot certified on the J-10 (2012) who served as a flight squadron leader in the aerobatic team. She died at 30 during an aerobatic training session on November 12, 2016 after being struck by another plane as she ejected from the J-10. She got her wings on September 2009 among the first sixteen female graduating from jet course of the flight academy.

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Comac C919

Narrow-body airliner programm launched on 2008 and resulting to a prototype's maiden flight on 5 May 2017. At the movie's release date, only four prototypes had made their first flight. Most probably we see one of the first three airframes (wearing registration B-001A or B-001B or B-001C).

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Shenyang J-15

Launched from the aircraft carrier Liaoning CV 16.

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Antonov An-2

Antonov An-2 (or more likely one Y-5, its Chinese licensed-built or variant) used for crop-spraying.

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